Red Hat Updates the Hybrid Cloud Capabilities to Its Java Based JBoss EAP 7 Platform
|Richard Harris in Cloud Services Monday, June 27, 2016|
Red Hat has announced the general availability of the Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7 (JBoss EAP), an open source Java EE 7 compliant application server that offers a lightweight, modular, cloud-native platform. The company also launched JBoss Core Services Collection, a set of technologies that offer common and fundamental application components.
JBoss EAP 7 has been optimized for cloud environments, and when deployed with Red Hat OpenShift, offers the benefits of containers, load balancing, elastic scaling, health monitoring, and the ability to deploy to a container directly from the IDE. In addition, JBoss EAP with OpenShift contributes to a more architecturally efficient DevOps environment since overlapping features are no longer needed.
JBoss Core Services Collection provides common foundational building blocks for enterprise applications, such as Web single sign-on, HTTP load balancing, and proxying, as well as management and monitoring capabilities for applications and services. It is included as part of a Red Hat JBoss Middleware subscription at no additional charge.
Technologies currently receiving full support entitlements in the JBoss Core Services Collection include Red Hat JBoss Operations Network, which provides a centralized management point for all Red Hat JBoss Middleware products, Apache HTTP server, connectors for IIS and iPlanet web servers, Apache Commons Jsvc, and a single sign-on server based on the JBoss Keycloak project.
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